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Email letters, March 29, 2012

By Staff

Vote ‘Yes’ on Issue B to keep pot shops out of Fruita Should Fruita vote “Yes” on Issue B to keep pot shops out of their town? A Colorado Sheriff’s report warns: Pot shops greatly increase accessibility and ...


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Bradford drops out of HD54 race

By Charles Ashby

State Rep. Laura Bradford announced today that she will drop out of the race for House District 54. The Collbran Republican said she wanted to spend more time with her husband, Linton Matthews, who suffered a heart attack last month, she said ...


Breckenridge man held after pot-laced candy found in Nebraska

By The Associated Press

KEARNEY, Neb. – Authorities say a Colorado man was arrested after 36 pounds of marijuana-laced candy was found in a car he was driving in south-central Nebraska. The Nebraska State Patrol says 24-year-old Harrison Goldberg, of ...


Wildfire dangers prevent Conifer residents’ return

By The Associated Press

CONIFER — Displaced residents are pressing fire officials for permission to return to their homes or salvage what’s left after a wildfire set off by a prescribed burn charred a 6-square-mile area. A search team will return ...


Dad has son atone for theft on downtown Denver street corner

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A Colorado father who discovered his son took $100 from a relative’s wallet has settled on an unusual punishment. The Denver Post reports Joseph Gonzalez is having 12-year-old Jose spend hours of his spring break standing ...


Vail Mountain hosting homecoming for Lindsey Vonn

By The Associated Press

VAIL — Vail Mountain is hosting a homecoming celebration for World Cup ski champion Lindsey Vonn on Sunday. Vail Resorts Inc. signed a four-year sponsorship deal with Vonn in 2009 for her to represent its resorts, and she has a home at ...


Counties join forces to advance oil shale

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County officials from Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, fed up with delays in development of oil shale, have joined forces to prod Congress into action. The officials, joined by a former head of the Bureau of Land Management, represent the counties ...


Plan advances to slash car-tag late fees

By Charles Ashby

Colorado motorists who register their vehicles after their plates have expired would see a reduction in the late fees they pay under a bill that won preliminary approval Wednesday in the Colorado House. Republicans who supported the measure ...


TABOR timeout, pot-shop issue on Fruita ballot

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Fruita voters will decide next week what their community will look like in the coming years. Two ballot questions ask residents whether they want to approve a revenue-retention measure and ban medical marijuana centers. Referred Issue A ...


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Fruita mayoral race: Leadership skills boost his bid for mayor, Moss says

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Terry Moss believes he has the community relationships and leadership qualities needed to serve as Fruita’s next mayor. The chief operating officer for Western Valley Family Practice and one of the founders of Little Sprouts Preschool ...


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